By
G. McConway
|
October 18, 2022

Pakistani Officials Slam Biden After ‘Dangerous Nations’ Comment

Joe Biden continues to stoke this Armageddon theme while speaking at private events. 

He did it again this weekend, this time pointing the finger at Pakistan.  

Now Pakistan's leadership is up in arms over the comments, creating another foreign policy problem for Joe Biden.  

Stoking the Fire 

When he made the comments, Biden was at a fundraiser for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee in Los Angeles.  

He was discussing Chinese President Xi Jinping.  

He stated, "This is a guy who understands what he wants but has an enormous, enormous array of problems.  

"How do we handle that? How do we handle that relative to what's going on in Russia?  

"And what I think is maybe one of the most dangerous nations in the world: Pakistan. Nuclear weapons without any cohesion." 

Pakistan's Prime Minister was livid... 

Then the US ambassador was summoned, which, diplomatically speaking, is about as hard a slap in the face as you are going to see.  

On the readout from the meeting with Blome with Pakistan's Acting Foreign Secretary Jauhar Saleem, "It was made clear that Pakistan was a responsible nuclear state and its impeccable stewardship of the nuclear program and adherence to global standards and international best practices was well acknowledged, including by the IAEA." 

Let's mark this up to yet another foreign policy failure for Joe Biden.  

Source: Fox News 

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